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5. Halle, Halle, Hallelujah

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Text Information
First Line: Praise God in this holy place
Title: Halle, Halle, Hallelujah
Author (verses): Hal H. Hopson, 1933-
Publication Date: 2003
Scripture: ;
Topic: Service Music: Alleluia
Source: Caribbean
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Halle, halle, hallelujah
Copyright: Words © 1998 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Name: [Praise God in this holy place]
Composer and Arranger: Hal H. Hopson, 1933-
Key: G Major
Source: Caribbean melody
Copyright: Music © 1998 Hope Publishing Company



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